International Order & Conflict
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Atrocity Prevention Study Group

Sharing knowledge and resources to strengthen policymakers’ and practitioners’ commitment and capacity to prevent atrocities around the world.
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The Atrocity Prevention Study Group (APSG) is an innovative forum for policymakers and practitioners to discuss both practical and theoretical aspects of atrocity prevention on an unclassified, non-partisan, non-attributable basis. The APSG connects stakeholders inside and outside of U.S. government with scholars and experts to share resources and knowledge on atrocity prevention and identify challenges, good practices, lessons learned, and policy options. It is a one-of-a-kind forum is held monthly to keep stakeholders up-to-date with the latest atrocity prevention scholarship, deepen understanding of potential atrocity situations, and offer resources for decision-making.

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Upcoming Meetings – Atrocities Prevention Study Group

The Atrocity Prevention Study Group (APSG) is an innovative, safe, and reliable space where sitting government officials, scholars, and NGO representatives come together to discuss both practical and theoretical aspects of atrocity prevention on an unclassified, non-partisan, non-attributable basis. The APSG meets monthly to discuss a range of thematic and regional atrocity prevention topics.